This is taken from the Something More podcast hosted by Steve Karma. In this segment we discuss the important question, "What is your process for sermon prep?"
I get a lot of questions from the Preaching Donkey community about how to preach without notes or at least break away from notes more often. In this video, I'll show you three ways to reduce your dependency on notes so you can free yourself up to break away and better engage with your audience when you preach.
John MacArthur holds services in defiance of local orders to not assemble. We examine all sides and draw out lessons for pastors. Thanks for watching!
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There are several secret weapons in preaching. Two of them are storytelling and humor. When you put those two together it is a massively effective combination. In this video, we'll evaluate a great example of a pastor using storytelling and humor in a sermon to make a powerful point.
John Crist released a statement on his Facebook page explaining his recovery process over the last 8 months. In it, we find many lessons for pastors and other public figures.
I received this email from a subscriber: "My biggest frustration with preaching and preparing is finding topics to build sermons around... ...I think this will become more difficult once I start building sermon series. Either way, it is something I am praying about and I know God will guide me with this!" In this video I deal with how to select topics to preach about and how to map out a year's plan for sermon content.
Andy Stanley just made an announcement that all North Point Ministries locations will not meet in person until at least January 2021.
Don Lemon was talking to Chris Cuomo recently on a CNN segment. He made some statements about what he thinks Christians believe about Jesus. I wanted to give comment to this because not only were his statements inaccurate biblically, but it's also not what Christians believe - like he claims. There are lessons for pastors in this because it shows how important it is to remind our people of our basic beliefs about Jesus that we might take for granted.